Conn's Current Therapy 2021, 1st Edition

Authors :
Rick D. Kellerman & David Rakel
Date of Publication: 02/2021

Designed to suit a wide range of healthcare providers, including primary care, subspecialties, and allied health, Conn’s Current Therapy has been a trusted clinical resource for well over 70 years. The 2021 edition continues this tradi......view more

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Designed to suit a wide range of healthcare providers, including primary care, subspecialties, and allied health, Conn’s Current Therapy has been a trusted clinical resource for well over 70 years. The 2021 edition continues this tradition of excellence with current, evidence-based treatment information presented in a concise yet in-depth format. More than 300 topics have been carefully reviewed and updated to bring you state-of-the-art information in even the most rapidly changing areas of medicine. 

Key Features
  • Offers personal approaches from recognized leaders in the field, covering common complaints, acute diseases, and chronic illnesses along with the most current evidence-based clinical management options. 

  • Follows a consistent, easy-to-use format throughout, with diagnosis, therapy, drug protocols, and treatment pearls presented in quick-reference boxes and tables for point-of-care answers to common clinical questions. 

  • Includes new and significantly revised chapters on COVID-19, Diabetes Mellitus in Adults, Chronic Leukemias, and Osteomyelitis. 

  • Incorporates more electronic links throughout the text that connect the reader to apps and clinical prediction tools that can easily be accessed in practice.  

  • Features thoroughly reviewed and updated information from many new authors who offer a fresh perspective and their unique personal experience and judgment. 

  • Provides current drug information thoroughly reviewed by PharmDs. 

  • Features nearly 300 images, including algorithms, anatomical illustrations, and photographs, that provide useful information for diagnosis.


Author Information
By Rick D. Kellerman, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita, Wichita, Kansas and David Rakel, MD, Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine, The University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, New Mexico